Arizona Limited Power of Attorney for Sale of Real Estate

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This document allows an individual to appoint another person to sell a piece of real estate. Package contains form, instructions, checklist and more.

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There may be a situation where it is necessary to appoint another person, in your place, to sell some real estate on your behalf. This may occur if, for example, you (i.e. the Seller) live somewhere else or will otherwise be unavailable to handle the transaction personally.

This Arizona Limited Power of Attorney for the Sale of Real Estate allows a mentally competent adult (who is called the "Principal" or "Grantor") to authorize another person (called the "Agent" or "Attorney-In-Fact") to act on his or her behalf in selling certain real estate as specified in the Limited Power of Attorney document. This particular Power of Attorney becomes effective immediately and remains effective until (a) the real estate is sold and the transaction is completed; or (b) in the event of death or incapacity of the Grantor; or (c) if the Grantor revokes the document (whichever occurs first).

The word "attorney" is not used here to mean "lawyer". The person acting as the Attorney-In-Fact for the Principal doesn't need to be a lawyer. Almost anyone can be appointed an Attorney-In-Fact by a power of attorney. A Power of Attorney can always be revoked.

These are just some of the important provisions included in this Arizona Limited Power of Attorney for the Sale of Real Estate:
  • Names and addresses: Identifying and locating Grantor and Agent;
  • Power granted: Grant of power to Agent to sell property;
  • Location of property: Address of property to be sold;
  • Effective immediately: The Power of Attorney becomes effective immediately until certain conditions are met.
  • Reimbursements: Agent will be reimbursed all reasonable expenses;
  • Liability: gent shall not be liable for losses resulting from judgment errors made in good faith; and
  • Notary Acknowledgment Block: It is important for the document to be notarized and avoids problems later.

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This form packet prepared by lawyers includes:
  1. Instructions & Checklist for Limited Power of Attorney for Sale of Real Estate
  2. Information on Limited Power of Attorney for Sale of Real Estate
  3. Arizona Limited Power of Attorney for Sale of Real Estate Form
State Law Compliance: This form complies with the laws of Arizona.
Number of Pages5
DimensionsDesigned for Letter Size (8.5" x 11")
EditableYes (.doc, .wpd and .rtf)
UsageUnlimited number of prints
Product number#17059

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